UFO videos

pigfarmer

tall, thin, irritable
mobile phones

Most phones suck at taking pics of anything in the air. Hate to channel Ray Stanford but if you think you want to take UFO pics with thermal imaging or anything else, get a dedicated unit and lug it around all the time.

Since I'm fumbling with my phone anyway to take the pics I've posted here, after I'm done fumbling sometimes I'll check SkyView Lite to have a look around.
 

Dejan Corovic

Celestial
Most phones suck at taking pics of anything in the air. Hate to channel Ray Stanford but if you think you want to take UFO pics with thermal imaging or anything else, get a dedicated unit and lug it around all the time.

Since I'm fumbling with my phone anyway to take the pics I've posted here, after I'm done fumbling sometimes I'll check SkyView Lite to have a look around.

I actually searched for a high resolution telephoto thermal camera and I found one on YouTube. I think it was made by Rytheon or such. It was size of two human legs tied together, but much heavier because mostly made from metal.

As a matter of a fact, I don't think thermal cams wouldn't be very effective with UFOs because they never show much detail. They are only good at piercing through think haze over long distances.

But we just need to work out what works best as UFO bait. Maybe hanging around nuke sites? With humans it would be much easier, just leave a bunch of Playboy magazines / shopping catalogues laying around.
 

Todd Feinman

Historic Encounters: tinyurl.com/4atm83v4
I think that UFOs are involved in asymmetric long-term contact, and the "algorithm" involves displays and demonstrations. I think it might be possible to "Google Bomb" the algorithm and get some sort of display. As a civilian, I'd suggest interlibrary loaning a lot of UFO books, going on forums, and also showing up at sites where there have been recent credible displays by the objects. A lonely road near the ocean or a reservoir or body of water and perhaps some kind of laser beacon might be a start. I have thought about trying something similar, and recently Elizondo refused to talk about government efforts to get UFOs to appear, suggesting that moving around nukes was one way they had appeared before. Further, I think the celebrity sightings are intentional and part of the algorithm.
 

pigfarmer

tall, thin, irritable
If you believe Colm Kellher & Co all you have to do is mock the phenomenon, display arrogance and it’ll follow you home. Wouldn’t it just suck if Greer really can summon them ? :)
 

Dejan Corovic

Celestial
I think that UFOs are involved in asymmetric long-term contact, and the "algorithm" involves displays and demonstrations. I think it might be possible to "Google Bomb" the algorithm and get some sort of display. As a civilian, I'd suggest interlibrary loaning a lot of UFO books, going on forums, and also showing up at sites where there have been recent credible displays by the objects. A lonely road near the ocean or a reservoir or body of water and perhaps some kind of laser beacon might be a start. I have thought about trying something similar, and recently Elizondo refused to talk about government efforts to get UFOs to appear, suggesting that moving around nukes was one way they had appeared before. Further, I think the celebrity sightings are intentional and part of the algorithm.

I forgot where I read about, but it was some site that listed hundreds of cases, maybe MUFON's.

One guy in US, who lived in Mid West sparsely populated area, after reading about many UFO cases figured out that most cases happen on lonely roads. So he literately started driving his car around roads in his area. And after about a year of doing that he was involved in a situation where he was briefly chased by UFO. He didn't want his name to be published. But I think that method would work, if one can afford the petrol cost. Unfortunately, I'm very far from rural areas.

There are two other methods. The first one I discovered on YouTube. There is this guy who has a large YT channel devoted to civilian airliners chem-trails. For whatever reason he devoted his life to shooting videos of chem-trails. And what happened is that he captured loads of UFOs flying through these chem-trails. It appears that, for whatever reason, UFOs think its fun to fly through these chem-trails. My theory is that UFO pilots are mostly young, immature men ( same as our pilots ) and when they are very bored they simply do it for kicks, while their superiors can't see them. I'm into aviation a lot and I know many such stories about young military pilots doing stupid stuff from all the nations in thew world.

Another sure way to see UFO was accidentally stumbled upon by a British UFO researcher Margaret Fry. As she become serious about UFOs she registered with local police to send her all the witnesses. So she was getting an average of 50 calls per year and she, with her husband as driver, followed through on each call and made a visit. Now, it can be noticed in many other UFO cases that UFOs have some tendency of returning to the same site within a few days to a week. That was confirmed with Margaret Fry as well because out of these 50 visits to witnesses on average she would see about 2 returning UFOs per year. She kept doing this for about 25 years, until she become very old, and she had a total of about 50 UFO sightings during her lifetime. I would say that was remarkable. Most people wouldn't believe such a high figure, but when one does the stats she was only having 4% success rate, so its very realistic for somebody so devoted like she was. Would love to meet her. She lives in Wales. But yeah, petrol was much cheaper back then and she lived in semi-rural area on outskirts of London.
 

Todd Feinman

Historic Encounters: tinyurl.com/4atm83v4
Thanks for that, Dejan! I ran into SO many encounters on roads in the old accounts that it to me it clearly seems like a tactic --and a brilliant one. "Road Encounters" !!!
 

Dejan Corovic

Celestial
Thanks for that, Dejan! I ran into SO many encounters on roads in the old accounts that it to me it clearly seems like a tactic --and a brilliant one. "Road Encounters" !!!

Are you in UK?

At some point, I would like to form some group in UK.

I thought a lot about that "Road Encounters" strategy. It would really need two people. One to drive, one to operate camera & instruments. As well, two non-contradicting witnesses make for more credible story than one lonely guy.
 

Todd Feinman

Historic Encounters: tinyurl.com/4atm83v4
Are you in UK?

At some point, I would like to form some group in UK.

I thought a lot about that "Road Encounters" strategy. It would really need two people. One to drive, one to operate camera & instruments. As well, two non-contradicting witnesses make for more credible story than one lonely guy.
I often think that the devices actually select situations where it is difficult to verify or prove what happened --the contact is made but proof is often lacking, and I think that is part of the strategy, in many circumstances.
I actually live in (Lake Oswego) Portland, Oregon --UFO central.
Here is a link to my experiences:
On 60th anniversary of McMinnville UFO sighting: 2010
I've attended Oregon MUFON meetings and went to the McMinnville UFO festival some time after I saw the UFOs coming from the Trent's airspace. Imho, I think a lot could be learned from my two experiences... And I would be happy to take any lie detector tests --I was thinking of setting up a gofundme account for it. The second experience: I always described the object as "capsule-shaped", but in retrospect it certainly could have been a "Tic Tac". It shot off into outer space at an amazing speed and I watched it do so.
I am also into experimental archaeology and armour:
Twined Linothorax
And I make art. This is me:
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1963

Noble
Hi guys, ... I just spotted this video doing the rounds of the social media circus, and seems to be gaining traction.... which is strange to me because the video itself is at least one year old... but it is included in this 'ARMY GLOBAL' article as if breaking-news? ... Well as you can see the article claims to have been one of those 'sincere U.S military archive leaks' and that it shows four UFO's [through flir] being shot at by the U.S military force eleven years ago in Afghanistan’s Kandahar province. The objects, captured at FLIR, were allegedly spotted by the 10th Mountain Light Infantry Division during its 2011 deployment to that region.


They launched мιѕѕιℓєѕ at "4 UFOs" flying over Afghanistan (xemtin3s.com)

... I don't know about you guys, but the likely true identity of the video came to mind instantly , ... and the funny thing that I find about this notion of "maybe it's the real deal of being proof of the military's true knowledge and active participation of the UFO phenomena' is itself quelched in the very article designed to cause titillation by actually mentioning the thing that immediately comes to mind when viewing the film!... and that is that 'there is a hypotheses that they may be magnesium flares used in a training exercise with live fire." ... :p ... Jeez Louise ... ya don't say! lol.
.... What do you guys think?

Cheers.
 

Dejan Corovic

Celestial
Hi guys, ... I just spotted this video doing the rounds of the social media circus, and seems to be gaining traction.... which is strange to me because the video itself is at least one year old... but it is included in this 'ARMY GLOBAL' article as if breaking-news? ... Well as you can see the article claims to have been one of those 'sincere U.S military archive leaks' and that it shows four UFO's [through flir] being shot at by the U.S military force eleven years ago in Afghanistan’s Kandahar province. The objects, captured at FLIR, were allegedly spotted by the 10th Mountain Light Infantry Division during its 2011 deployment to that region.


They launched мιѕѕιℓєѕ at "4 UFOs" flying over Afghanistan (xemtin3s.com)

... I don't know about you guys, but the likely true identity of the video came to mind instantly , ... and the funny thing that I find about this notion of "maybe it's the real deal of being proof of the military's true knowledge and active participation of the UFO phenomena' is itself quelched in the very article designed to cause titillation by actually mentioning the thing that immediately comes to mind when viewing the film!... and that is that 'there is a hypotheses that they may be magnesium flares used in a training exercise with live fire." ... :p ... Jeez Louise ... ya don't say! lol.
.... What do you guys think?

Cheers.


You know, that video you posted is extremely interesting. Particularly because just recently there was another video in this same forum thread of UFO in a broad daylight that was showing these little axial "wicks" bellow and above the UFO and "wicks" are lined up with axis:

UFO videos

And from the point of view of general relativity these "wicks" make perfect sense.

There is something called gravitomagnetic field and I am currently reading a book "Gravitomagnetism: Gravity's Secret" by British mathematician Dr Ronald Evans. Dr Evans was chief mathematician in UK's top weapons manufacturer BAE Systems and he worked on British anti-gravity project GreenGlow, back in 50's ( or was it 60's? ).

Long story short gravitomagnetic field would enable objects to loose weight, even accelerate in a outer space, far from Earth. These "wicks" are very similar to astrophysical jets in a sense that they are extremely narrow. One would imagine that both astrophysical jets and these UFO "wicks" are caused by gravitomagnetism. Here is astrophysical jet form Elliptical galaxy M87. As you can see astrophysical jet is very long and narrow and it comes along the axis of rotation of a black hole in the centre of the host galaxy.

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In the previous post and in your video these "wicks" are made by a combination of electromagnetism and gravitomagnetism and probably consist only from a hot air that is then visible on FLIR image.
 
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Dejan Corovic

Celestial
Here is the full video of that video:



Particularly important is this frame @ 00:35:

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And, here is an article about the origin of astrophysical jets, that are combination of electromagnetism and general relativity.

Scientists Simulate Astrophysical Jets

Here is the important bit from that astrophysics article:

"Whenever an object in space forms a rotating disc of matter, chances are that it gives rise to a “jet” – a thin, straight emission of matter which emanates from the disc’s center and that looks like a spintop. These structures can be observed especially during the formation of new stars. "
 

pigfarmer

tall, thin, irritable
The Black Night Satellite is back in the news again....

The Famous Black Knight Alien Satellite Was Filmed Again In Space – ONLINE UPDATES (online-updates.net)


Is this an ancient alien satellite?..... or Oberg's 'lost thermal blanket? ... some other space junk? ... or something else that I haven't thought of?
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Cheers.


A piece of Chinese junk just slammed into the back of the moon. Recently an old Gemini booster stage came back after a long sojourn. I don't know how to look at all the crap we've shot off up there and decide 'one of these things is not like the other'
 

michael59

Celestial
Dude is like the absolute worst with a camera. lol

I think the footage is real but it looks to me like a light or ceiling light fixture through a window?
 
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